Ashley Judd was born Ashley Tyler Ciminella on April 19, 1968, in Granada Hills, California, and grew up in a family of accomplished performers. She is the daughter of the late country music star Naomi Judd and the sister of Wynonna Judd.

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Although best known for her prolific acting career, Judd is also deeply involved in global humanitarian initiatives and political activism.

Her career, which spans over two decades, began with the role of Ensign Robin Lefler in the 1991 TV series “Star Trek: The Next Generation.” She has since appeared in numerous other movies and TV series, including “Kiss the Girls” (1997), “Trafficked” (2017), and “Berlin Station” (2017-2019).

Ashley Judd against Roe reversal in honor of late mom Naomi

Despite her professional accomplishments, fans and media have often focused on the noticeable changes in her appearance. Speculations arose about possible plastic surgery, but Judd clarified that this was not the case. Faced with rampant rumors, she felt compelled to reveal medical details on at least two occasions.

The media’s scrutiny over her appearance prompted Judd to address the issue in a poignant article republished in 2020, coinciding with renewed interest in her looks.

She criticized the nasty, gendered, and misogynistic nature of the discussion, emphasizing that it reflects broader societal issues related to body image, hypersexualization, and objectification of women.

Judd attributed her “puffy” face, noticed during a television appearance, to a regimen of medication, including “multiple rounds of steroids,” used to treat a sinus infection and flu. Additionally, in February 2020, she disclosed that she had received Botox treatments to combat ‘siege migraines.’

When it comes to skincare, Judd revealed that she uses rose tea, which is rich in antioxidants beneficial for the skin.